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Turtle Cuddle Critter Cape


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Introducing my new line of Photography Props - Cuddle Critter Cape sets are for use in Newborn photography. Great for photographers to have on had for sessions. Designed to make it simple if a baby is sleeping on there tummy just slide on the hat and you now have a cute little baby dressed up like your favorite critter. ****This Set is for the Hatchling Turtle. I use bulky weight yarn or two strands of worsted . It's design features a a darling shell and little tail. **** The pattern includes lots of pictures and videos to help too! These are sets because they are two pieces. You can use just the hat, just the cape or button on the cape for a a one piece. Pattern is in American English Due to the nature of patterns, this pattern may not be returned or exchanged. All sales are final. If you have questions or concerns I will do my best to help you via email. Please do not copy and/or redistribute this pattern. You are welcome make and sell items made from this pattern if you desire. I just ask that proper credit for the pattern is given by linking back to me. Please don't use images for any use! Thanks! Photography by and use with permission from Ten Toes Photography and Goodger Photography : SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 0-3 mo. & 3-6 mo PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Vanna's Choice COLORWAY Taupe and Sweet Pea

Supplies Needed

  • tapestry needle
  • K-6.5 hook
  • N- 10.00mm hook

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Calleigh's Clips and Crochet Creations
Calleigh's Clips and Crochet Creations
Crochet pattern Designer with a main focus on newborn photography props! I've been crocheting since I was little and dived into pattern selling for a few years now. I started my exclusive line of patterns for the Original Cuddle Critter Capes in March of 2011. With over 100+ patterns they have become widely popular among crocheter and nb photographers. I designed most my patterns to be easy and work up quickly. You won't be disappointed!